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Sep032012

Living with GAS...

Most of us film photography enthusiasts have to cope with GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome). The symptoms are many but here are a few indications that you might have a problem..

1. You always have something being shipped to you from eBay.
2. Your inbox is filling up with eBay notifications saying “Don’t missout!” or “This auction is about to end...”.
3. Your camera collection looks like a used car sales lot from the mid 80’s.
4. Your spouse is complaining that your collection of Kodak Ektachrome film is taking up valuable space in the fridge. OR, your film freezer is taking up valuable space in the garage...

But how can you not keep buying these amazing cameras when they are practically giving them away these days?

Keep film alive!

~jonas

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